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I don't have a ton of information. There's a bad guy wearing a Phantom of the Opera style mask. The good guy and a girl are trying to get to the 'secret of life', 'fountain of youth' or something like that. There's a giant scorpion in the desert, maybe mechanical.
On a somewhat quiet Friday at the box office, supernatural horror flick Ouija took first place ahead of Keanu Reeves action movie John Wick. Meanwhile, Bill Murray's St. Vincent did decent business in its nationwide expansion. Opening at 2,858 theaters, Ouija earned an estimated $8.3 million on Friday. That's a far cry from Annabelle's $15.5 million, but is above recent October horror movies Sinister ($7.4 million) and Carrie ($6.5 million).
Producer Cathy Schulman held up a list of more than a dozen titles on a sheet of paper: They were the movies made, since Bridesmaids that were about and for women.
This was progress, Schulman, president of Mandalay Pictures, noted, joking that her list could formerly be contained on a gum wrapper.
I recently got around to watching the recent re-edit of the prequels (Turn to the Darkside - Episode 3.1) and a thought struck me because this re-edit had basically cut out the entire first movie; What if he was written and casted as an older, mature man? Instead of showing his training, and his origins of how he became a Jedi, have him already be a Jedi Master who travels alongside Obi-Wan.
The first NYC edition of the PGA's `Produced By' confab launched this morning with a conversation between former PGA president and producer Hawk Koch and Nightcrawler's Jake Gyllenhaal, also in town prepping for his Broadway debut in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of Constellations.
Pointing out that Gyllenhaal already is a certified film star (with an Oscar nomination for Brokeback Mountain behind him all the way up through his "amazing performance" in Nightcrawler…